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I just wanted to let you know that User:cyberbot I seems to be a little bit quick on the trigger. I created Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/MAGIC! about ten minutes ago, but Cyberbot started stepping on my toes almost immediately while I was still in the process of completing the final step: if you look at the edit histories on the discussion page itself and the December 1 pagelog, Cyberbot stepped in literally just one minute after I was done even composing the AFD nomination in the first place. In fact, I got an edit conflict as I was trying to add it to the pagelog — and Cyberbot's edit caused the conflict.
I agree that there's value in having a bot to do the task for stranded AFD nominations — however, it shouldn't be stepping in so fast that it's actively interfering with a human editor who's still in the middle of following the nomination process. Could you perhaps dial the bot's reflexes down just a tad? Thanks. Bearcat (talk) 19:01, 1 December 2013 (UTC)
Actually the bot runs every 15 minutes. You just happened to be working while the bot was running.—cyberpowerOnlineMerry Christmas 19:04, 1 December 2013 (UTC)
Well, it's still not something that should be happening at all. Is there any way that it could be programmed to withhold acting on a page, and maybe come back to check again later if necessary, if a page was only just created two or three minutes ago? Bearcat (talk) 19:17, 1 December 2013 (UTC)